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HAMILTON IS THE MUST SEE EVENT OF THIS YEAR IN SN FRANCISCO
I went to the first two previews on friday and saturday march 10 and march 11. The
show itself exceeds all the substantial hype and praise and is truly one of the very
best of the 200+ musicals Ive seen on broadway and tour-its fast moving, musically
brilliant, deeply emotional and will take you on a journey of one of the most
incredible rivalry's in history between Burr and Hamilton. Often tour casts are not
quite at the level of broadway casts-not the case here AT ALL. Joshua Henry as Burr
and Michael Luwoye as Hamilton could do these roles on broadway today and
probably will in the future. The cast also includes the fantastically funny tony
nominated Rory OMalley as King George...hilarious. Yes the tickets are pricey, and
yes its well worth it, Hamilton is an entertaining tour de force that will be regarded
as a milestone in musical theatre achievement and impact-go see it before it leaves
One of the best productions I have seen in my 75 years. What
distinguishes it from the rest is the diversity of the cast. We have finally
seen that the race and nationality of the cast rarely has to reflect the
reality of the historical facts. A production dealing with such a
complicated historical period is never easy. "Hamilton" succeeded
beyond expectations. As a lifelong Philadelphian I recommend
spending several days here to see and feel one of the historic settings
Played with the full heart and soul of
the entire cast this is a show that
should not be missed, performed by a
remarkably talented group of artists.
Bravo to all of you.
This was the best birthday gift ever
from my beautiful daughter!
Thanks to all for a memory that will
last for the next 69 years.
I've been listening to the soundtrack of
Hamilton since it was made available. I loved
the musical initially from it's brilliant lyrics
and style. I could not have imagined how
impactful the performance would be live. The
actors and choreography make you want this
theater experience to never end. There are
several actors who performed their roles on
Broadway including Emmy Raver-Lampman (
heart breaking Angelia), Isaiah Johnson
(commanding George Washington), Michael
Luwoye (perfect Hamilton), Joshua Henry
(shining complex Burr) and hilarious Rory
O'Malley as King George. Go for the same day
tickets or do whatever you can to see this
With all broadway shows they go above and beyond, although with
Hamilton, it makes all the other shows look like low-budget high school
productions. The amount of energy, and ferocity was insane, and I
simply could not wait to see it a second time. Or third. Or fourth. Really,
I will never get tired of this performance. "Jazzy J's" whistle register
simply knocked me out of my seat but not only that, it was also how she
could control the audience's emotion with a single tear, or perfect
placed crack in the voice while singing "Say No To This." I could talk
about every single actor and actress in the production, but MY GOD the
ensemble I think blew us all away(no pun intended) … I will say again,
the energy was phenomenal, and I really could not think of a better
place I would want to be in the World. Amazing Job.
This is the second musical I've seen in my life, and I have my friend, who got me the
ticket, to thank for that. Seeing this musical was like one of those moments that just
stick with you for the rest of your life. The music was well orchestrated and the
choreography was amazing, along with the lighting, humor, and costume. It was
definitely a life changing moment. And the seats were amazing too! My friend had
given me seat in row S, which is the Orchestra area. While it was pricey, I was able to
get a good view of the people performing. Of course, due to the profanity of this show I
wouldn't recommend children unless you're one of those parents who are really chill
about it, but I would take someone who is okay with that kind of language. That day I
didn't have time to eat somewhere nearby because I was coming from school, but I
remember when I was watching something else around the area, I ate at Alexander's
Steak House (Ha, get it? Alexander Hamilton?) and it was really good.
This is what our reviewer, Nicola Quinn, had to say when she saw Hamilton on Broadway in 2015: Lin-Manuel Miranda was inspired by his love for 90's rap and hip hop, and Broadway - it's in this mash-up that we experience music which moves by lyri
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